Category Archives: Security

Stop Using the Free POP/IMAP Email from Your Web Host & Switch to Microsoft 365

When you sign up for website hosting, you’ll usually get email accounts for your domain along with the hosting package for free. This can seem like a great deal, but if you’re using your web hosting service’s POP/IMAP email accounts for your business, you could be leaving your mail accounts at risk and hitting efficiency[…]

5 Security Tips for Microsoft 365 Business Accounts

Are you using your Microsoft 365 account “out of the box?” Meaning that you haven’t specifically changed any configurations for workflows or security. If so, you could be leaving your business data open to a breach because the platform doesn’t automatically default to the most secure security settings. Misconfiguration (or lack of[…]

What Seasonal Phishing Scams Should We Watch Out For?

Phishing is a year-round activity for cyber criminals, and just like retailers, they take advantage of seasonal events. When fall hits and the holidays are just around the corner, there are certain types of phishing scams that begin hitting inboxes with a vengeance. Knowing what these are can help you avoid becoming a victim and […]

What is Email Authentication and How Can it Mitigate Phishing Attacks?

Phishing is one of those cybersecurity problems that continues to be a main cause of malware infections and data breaches. It just won’t go away and continually gets worse. In 2019, 65% of US businesses were the victim of a successful phishing attack, which is 10% higher than the global average. While companies can put in software-based […]

What is “Fileless” Malware & How Can We Stop It?

As antivirus and anti-malware solutions get more advanced, hackers look for new ways to get around them. Traditional antivirus scanning looks for malicious code in a file attachment or file that’s downloaded from visiting a malicious website. Once it sees the signature of malware code in the file it blocks and quarantines it. This type […]

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